O2 launches first Xda PDA on pay-as-you-go

O2 has launched its first Xda PDA device on a pay-as-you-go deal. O2 said the new O2 Xda Zest will encourage first...

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O2 has launched its first Xda PDA device on a pay-as-you-go deal.

O2 said the new O2 Xda Zest will encourage first time PDA users to swap from conventional handsets to experience the benefits of using a fully featured PDA, without being tied into a minimum term.

The Xda Zest has been designed with a finger-friendly touch interface and a 2.8" TFT screen, making it easier to navigate.

The device has been designed by laptop manufacturer Asus. The Xda Zest comes with a free two week Co-pilot Sat Nav trial with full UK and Ireland GPS mapping.

Running on the Windows Mobile 6.1 operating system, users have access to e-mail using Mobile Outlook, as well having the capability to easily view and edit Microsoft Office documents in Word, Excel and PowerPoint formats.

The Xda Zest has built-in Wi-Fi and HSDPA for fast connections to the web on the move. The handset also has a 3 megapixel camera, combined with an MP3 player and FM radio.

The device costs £249.99 on pay-as-you-go and is free on certain contract deals.

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